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Pari new poster: Anushka Sharma’s scary avatar won’t let you blink this Holi

Gone are the days when angels used to look beautiful as Anushka has given a totally new definition to Pari.

Written by: India TV Entertainment Desk, New Delhi [ Published on: February 22, 2018 16:04 IST ]
Anushka Sharma looks scary as hell in Pari new poster
Anushka Sharma looks scary as hell in Pari new posterPhoto:TWITTER

Anushka Sharma, who was last seen in the Shah Rukh Khan starrer film Jab Harry Met Sejal, is coming to you in a never-seen-before spooky avatar this Holi. On March 2, her upcoming film Pari will hit the theatres. But before that, Anushka is keeping the buzz alive by sharing new posters and teasers of the horror flick. Today, the actress took to social media to share Pari new poster and, it looks scary as hell. The latest poster comes with a warning, “Keep your eyes wide open. She won’t let you blink.”

Gone are the days when angels used to look beautiful as Anushka has given a totally new definition to Pari. Have a look at the newly release Pari screamer 4.

The movie is bankrolled by Anushka’s production house, Clean State Films. This is the third film after NH10 and Phillauri that has been produced by the actress’s production house and just like these films it is also going to be rich in content.

The trailer showcased that Pari has a different meaning here. It is not a beautiful angel that we have grown up watching in movies. The trailer is spooky and Anushka has skyrocketed our expectations. It seems that the actress has worked very hard for the film and the result is outstanding.

The horror film also stars Parambrata Chatterjee, Rajat Kapoor and Ritabhari Chakraborty. Pari is slated to release on March 2. Besides Pari, Anushka Sharma is also working on Aanand L Rai’s Zero, which also Shah Rukh Khan and Katrina Kaif.

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